A narcissist may give expensive gifts, but only as a means of psychological manipulation, not out of guilt. A true narcissist thinks only of him or herself, and therefore is incapable of feeling guilt.
They are born that way. A narcissist is just a milder form of a psychopath, they can feel shame and guilt but that is all. You will know when you have been around a narcissist because you will feel used abused and robbed. Read all you can on this horrific disorder.
Special dispensations, the "poor" box, taxes, and guilt
I am not sure what "meaningful" means - but many narcissists have long term relationships with their sources of supply (not necessarily with other narcissists).
NO. Narcissists' brains have been shown to lack the capacity for genuine empathy & emotion. No matter what he SAYS he won't FEEL a thing
Narcissists don't give anything, presents or otherwise. They promise to and enjoy your waiting.
They are afraid of getting caught. Narcissists do not like consequences. It's not "guilt." It's fear of losing their control over the situation.
They don't think of you actively - but they add you to a "database" of old and discarded sources that can be "recycled" for future use.
No, the narcissist does not know, after all he is perfect and everyone else around him is at fault.
A borderline. Essentially a more emotionally reactive narcissist.
No - absolutely not....
Try to find another outlet for this narcissist.
Not if the narcissist is as smart as she/he believes herself/himself to be.
Run like the wind from a narcissist.
they're still a Narcissistjust a stoned Narcissist
Narcissist in some cases can be a sexual predator, a stalker, or a rapist. But only criminal narcissist are this way
Yes it does especially if the narcissist favor's the child. The child will grow up to be just like the narcissist.
Only if there is something in it for them - because they are, after all, a narcissist!
The chances are vanishingly small.
Probably not, they would fight over mirror time. ;)
Not likely. The narcissist is more likely to be addicted to himself.
I believe that you have your terms confused. It is a PLEAof Guilt - not a motion of guilt.
In my personal experience being married to one for 17 years, the worst part, is that the victims involved, are often clueless as to the abuse that is taking place. The abuse cycle is often very subtle, while you are living it, but glaring once you are removed from the situation. The narcissist uses guilt followed by appreciation peppered with manipulation, lies, fear, and cruelty. When a narcissist seems content and happy with you, following an incident, make no mistake.... they are pleased with themselves that they have tricked you once again.
Legal guilt is the finding of a court or jury. Factual guilt is the actual guilt based on evidence of the crime.